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Martinborough Vineyard 25 Year Celebratory Dinner

Martinborough Vineyard 25 Year Celebratory Dinner

2005 is a very distinctive year for the Martinborough region and in particular for Martinborough Vineyard with the celebration of 25 years of vineyard life. Martinborough Vineyard have been celebrating all year and for their culmination are holding a 25 year celebratory dinner at the vineyard on Saturday 19th November, 2005.

The evening is a celebration of 25 years of winemaking history. Founded by Derek Milne, Duncan Milne, Russell Schultz and their families in 1980, Martinborough Vineyard is regarded as the winery that started all the fuss in the region, winning awards since its very first vintages in all varieties, and remaining a leader in the industry today with its iconic wines, especially Pinot Noir.

Neil Perry, the proprietor of Sydney's acclaimed Rockpool restaurant and international culinary identity, has prepared an amazing menu for this celebratory dinner using the freshest local produce matched with some hidden delights from the MV cellars including Magnums of the famed 1998 Reserve Pinot Noir. This is an event that will leave your tastebuds tingling! Neil is a huge fan of Martinborough and Martinborough Vineyard welcome him back.

Join the winemakers and friends on site in their stunningly adorned Barrell Hall for the evening as they take a brief tour through the past 25 years, with stories from the founders, chats with the winemakers, comments from the wine media, and more…

$195 per person. Tables are set for 8.

Please contact Meg Tulloch on 06 306 9955 / 0800 746 686 or email for your reservation.

Numbers are strictly limited.

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